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, if i talked to the leaders of iran. if i'm nicer to them than george w. bush was nicer to them. i'm embarrassed to be an american and the day i get elected, they' going tbe r . waat naive? >> let's find all the wrong words to use. >> yes, the way that's characterized is naive. it's also true, i asked the president once, what would you do about israel if israel wanted to make alal ke i they believed it was in their national security interest. and he said -- i'm paraphrasing now, he said we take no options off the table. i don't think this is a weak foreign policy president. >> i don't think it is. >> i ree, hea foreign policy president. but it is a jumbled mess. >> and here's part of the issue. a front page story in the "new york times," in arab spring, obama finds -- you go into the body of the story and find t gr thnsbetween mr. obama and the arab states derived from an obama character trait. he's not built many personal relationships with foreign leaders. "he's not good with personal relationships. that's not whatnterests him" said one united ates diom. bu t mid stho relationshi
of the nation's problems saying the bush and obama administrations was wrongly put, faith was wrongly put on geithner himself. why that take from you at this point? >> well, i think that the whole crisis was bungled badly, and that's really what the book that i wrote is about. that's why it's titled "how washington failed america." washington failed america, first, by allowing this crisis to develop. we had very wrong-headed policies over the previous decade or so that regulatory policies that allowed this situation to develop. and then once the crisis hit, the crisis was terribly mishandled by the treasury. treasury shouldn't be in charge of crisis management in the financial system because it is a highly political agency, and they're not skilled at it. one reason we kept the crisis under control in the 1980s is that the federal reserve, an independent agency, and the fdic, an independent agency, apolitical, handled the crisis, and we didn't have a lot of involvement from treasury. cheryl: you know, one of the things that we heard from hank paulson, basically -- because he, himself, of c
bush, we had huge government spending. it seems like when one of the parties takes over, part or all of one branch begat more cooperation, and it works out better. host: with your version of the divided government, who also at the top of the food chain? who's in the white house? republican or democrat? >> i'm willing to have a democrat. i think the republicans are better at congress and they think they're better to control spending, but i think you need a democrat, someone like bill clinton who can work with both parties. and that's not what we're getting right now. host: thank you very much, pat. our next call comes from david from minnesota on our line for independents. caller: yes, i think the ones that are at the top of the food chain are the lobbyists and the people that are buying our government out from underneath us, and i think we should have term limits and get rid of some of the people that have been in there for 100 years. and i think right now we've got the best government money can buy, and it's been bought by the lobbyists and the big corporations. there's also a sayin
the debt isn't his fault, blamed bush. here is the opinion section of the wall street journal quoting directly now. the annotated obama, how 90% of the deficit becomes somebody else's fault. a scathing editorial debunks the president's assertions about all the that he inherited. and frequently joining "varney & company" we appreciate you being with us, mark. >> good to see you, always a pleasure. stuart: good. now, the president says he's not responsible for the debt largely, not concerned about it in the short-term. i put it to you, that this is being irresponsible. he's getting away with it because a lot of people don't understand the jargon, your eyes glaze over when you start to talk about debt and deficit, he can get away with it, but he's dismissing extremely important part of america's financial life and i think being irresponsible. how do you respond? >> i don't think that he's dismissing it at all. in fact, the president said many times that the debt, the long-term debt is a serious problem and that's why he signed over 2 trillion dollars in spending cuts during his administr
of the bush era taxes, payroll tax holiday hikes and invested in come also. a new tax policies and to report says nothing is done. average marginal tax rates would go up by five percentage points on labor income, seven points on capital gains and more than 20 points on dividends. along with more than a trillion dollars in budget cuts. also starting january or known as the fiscal cliff. it should get under way in just a moment. [inaudible conversations] >> good afternoon, and welcome to the urban institute's first tuesday. my name is howard gleckman of the tax center blocks and we are here to discuss taxes in the fiscal cliff. as you all know, washington lives everything that happens here is the biggest or the worst were the most important. how many times for instance have you been told some politician is about to give the speech of his life until he gives the next speech. the tax armageddon has the potential to actually be a watershed in the fiscal policy. true it could be another opportunity to kick the proverbial can down the road, yet paring over the of this could also be a tipping point
? >> i think so. when you look at the bush administration, a moment was katrina. when the american people thought that the administration was not properly handling katrina. this so me is potentially much more serious and much more devastating because not only is it -- it is either total incompetentence or worse so i don't know which you want to call it. say that they were totally incompetent and didn't know what it was and one person wasn't speaking to the other all the way up to the president or they frankly were covering it up and i don't know frankly how you want to categorize it but either way i think there are a lot of unanswered questions and i want to commend senator isakson. one of the most responsible and serious members of congress in the u.s. senate. i want to commend him for once again seriously trying to get to the bottom of this. this is a serious issue. american people deserve answers and by the way, the families of these slain american heros deserve for the president and for the administration to speak to them straightforward and let them know what is going on and what has
bush was the problem. and polling show no difference. >> yeap. and considerable united states aid and military intervention in libya all of that has done nothing to change our image in the muslim world. the point we have to understand. they respectt toughness and regard this concil fory and nice speech at the united nations but an invitation to do it again. >> brian: thank you so much, dick. >> thank you. >> gretchen: coming up, the president said he is responsible for 10 percent of the economic problems that. is not true. steart varney breaks it down. >> steve: a lot of people walk down that hall. and dacota meyer like when he put a gun to his head and pulled the trigger. >> brian: happy birthday olivia newton-john. she's 64. >> gretchen: you both look amazing. ♪ ♪ let's get physical. ♪ let's get physical, physical. yeah. physical. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] you can always measure the growth of your children by the way they clean themselves in the bathroom. try charmin ultra strong. with a new duraclean texture, charmin ultra strong helps you get clean. plus it's four tim
or obama. however, roseanne barr spoke in oakland, yes, that roseanne barr. jeff bush. >> it was a packed house and everybody was gathered for a town hall style to meeting. the star was roseanne barr. and 90's television star is running for president. and her main is marijuana. >> id should be totally illegal. we live in a free country and we should be able to smoke and drink what ever we choose. as an adult taxpaying citizens. and if we are indeed a free country? then we should not be going to prison for a joint. >> she was motivated to run for president after the t e eight on legal cannabis clubs. of the d e a m i think that obama is gone back on his word and i think this is where obama has said federal troops against states' rights. and all must of the very same week that he said marriage equality was a state right. >> roseanne barr wanted to run under the peace and freedom because she is fed up with the two-party system. >> let us build our own party that is not owned by bankers. that speaks for the people of this country and has their support and has their cooperation and their parti
this is the "bill press show." >> bill: hey, it is 24 minutes after the hour. talking about jeb bush yesterday coming down, clasping down hard >> i am john fugelsang filling in for bill all morning until 9:00 p.m. eastern time. >> 9:00 a.m. eastern time. >> what did i say? >> 9:00 p.m. >> that's a marathon show. >> i'm eager. i'm going to be 14 and a half hours. >> you couldn't have fooled me for that long. >> i can last that long, that's all i'm saying. we're taking your calls all morning. fill the void left in my life by bill's absence at 866-55-press. we're talking about the debate, the campaign. the press to me seems to be saying that barack obama's locked it up. i'm surprised by this, because the media's addicted to one thing, ratings your only bias your american media has is towards ratings. i'm surprised when i see the media abandoning this horse race and saying barack obama is very close to the electoral votes. we want the to know what you think. mark you're up extremely early. you're on the bill press show. >> i'm an overnight security guard. >> right i've done it before, worked lo
newsmakers this morning, do that anald trump whe phoning in at 6:30. and we have jeb bush and eric cantor will also be joining us. there are 90 days until christmas and toys "r" us is announcing it's hiring 45,000 seasonal workers. the ceo will be joining us with the details at 6:50 eastern time. plus the story everyone is talking about this morning. a botched call ending last night's game between the packers and seahawks. the season has already been marred by bad calls. and no calls from nfl replacement referees. but football fans say that last night's game could be the moment that actually makes the league get a deal done with the refs. if you went to sleep early, here's what happened. the packers led 12-7 late in the fourth quarter. on the game's final play, seattle quarterback russell wilson lobs a hail mary pass towards the end zone. and it looks like green bay's jennings makes a game saving interception, but golden tate wrapping his arm around jennings in an attempt to wrestle the ball away. but one official signals a touchdown, the other signals an interception. and after a mad scr
of political sentiment statewide. george bush won here in 2004, and went on to win ohio and reelection. barack obama prevailed here in 2008, won the state and the presidency. each rode a wave of enthusiasm that folks here say is missing this time around, something that should concern both campaigns as they try to get out the vote. >> could i leave you with some information then? >> sure can. >> reporter: lake county is more moderate republican than tea party, and here's where romney may have some trouble. >> you're going to give them an elbow on the way around. >> reporter: libby hill is a karate instructor and longtime republican who exemplifies the jentder gap romney must narrow. what would rop me have to do to bring you back in the fold? >> i think he'd have to come more to the center. >> reporter: her party is too conservative, she says, and its nominee too removed. >> he really doesn't know the common man. >> reporter: here in ohio, that's a very hard perception to change, and it's made all the harder, scott, when you have fewer than six weeks to change it. >> pelley: dean, thanks very mu
while running for re-election in 2004 as president obama is now, george w. bush held five bilateral meetings at the united national assembly. president obama had 13 one-on-one meetings last year. enough of the real news. let's gather around the water cooler to watch a people to enter snooki's name into the immortality of new jersey law. who knew her power? snooki and "the jersey shore" crew caused so much commotion the state assembly is stepping in. yesterday ocean county republican wrong that would dancer, wonderful name there introduced a snookiville law as he calls it that would let njs njs towns regulate the filming of reality tv shows. how many states even have this problem to begin with assemblyman dancer is pushing a bill that would allow towns to impose ordinances on where producers can film and even charge for extra police needed to corral crowds. this is my home state of new jersey, baby. certainly not the first time they've tried to shun snooki and her crew. her spin-off show was rejected before it settled in manchester. governor chris christie has been quick to distingui
" ♪ ] mitt romney less popular than george w. bush according to a poll. >> that's awful. >> stephanie: he hasn't even done anything yet. he's like the worst president ever. we were just assuming he would be worse. wow. new bloom beg news poll, bush has a 46% favorablerating. romney has a 43%. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: that's really hard to do. wowee. just his campaign is already worse than bush presidency. yikes! let's go to -- where are we? patrice in oakland on "the stephanie miller show." hi patrice. >> caller: hey stephanie. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: i believe that -- like i said, in the past before, i think the debates are going to expose romney. all of these so-called zingers or whatever he's going to come up with, if he's relying on zingers to help him score some points, that's idiotic. and not only that but i believe that obama's going to defend his record and he's going to defend it proudly. the one that's going to be on the defensive is going to be romney. and i expect obama to be very aggressive
bush were going head-to-head in ohio, southwestern ohio, the counties around cincinnati, won it for george bush and gave hum four more years. if you are taking the model of 2010, how all these people came out to vote on issues like unemployment, debt and deficit spending and obamacare, well you could make an argument those three issues are still out there. so are those voters still out there? you would argue they are but will they turn out to vote? that will be the key in early november. melissa: bill hemmer, thank you so much. great stuff. apeciate it. >> good to be with you, melissa. melissa: football fans everywhere, hold your breath. the nfl and the referees union may be yards away from getting a deal done. how will the lockout affect the league's bottom line? we're crunching those numbers next. >>> no secret economic growth is sluggish. maybe $488 billion in new regulation costs have something to do with it. what do you think? we have details from a stunning report from u.s. red tape? do you ever have too much money? i know you have too much u.s. regulations. ♪ . melis
point? the former chief speechwriter for george w. bush and his defense secretary donald rumsfeld. he joins us from the american enterprise institute in wash where he writes on foreign policy and defense issues. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> i'm good. thank you so much for joining us. this is a chance for mr. romney to look presidential at a time when polls show strong support for mr. obama's foreign policy is slipping. you are a former speechwriter. what does governor romney need to say today? >> well, it is interesting because president obama -- just a few weeks ago president obama was boasting about his foreign policy achievements and mocking mitt romney for how little foreign policy experience he has. it is a difference what a couple of weeks makes. as you point out the polls show the support for president obama's foreign policy is dropping particularly among independents. "wall street journal" poll in august showed that they supported obama's porn policy -- approved by a margin -- foreign policy approved by a margin of four points. it has become a central issue i
civil liberties under bush. it was awful. i remember the democratic platform in 2008, we said we were going to do away with the patriot act but the funny thing happened along the way. the aclu on the 10th anniversary of 9-11 came out and basically determined in conjunction with a number of articles going well in salon magazine that obama had done more to abuse our civil liberties than bush has. and the left is being completely quiet on this. >> i read a lot of glen's stuff and i have to fervently disagree with his conclusions on that. they have carried forward some of the sort of extrajudicial elements of the people who were already in guantanamo bay although while trying to shut it down, the president ordered the shutdown of guantanamo bay. do you know why it wasn't shut down? do you know why? i'm asking you. >> stephanie: he's gone. >> the reason it's not shut down is because congress would not allow money to be appropriated to move those prisoners to the united states, to the continental united states so that the
newest political analyst, nicolle wallace, for the bush campaign in 2008. let's start with the three states. so much comes down to ohio, florida, virginia. we have the map right there, right now. mitt romney has to win two out of three of those states. heeds behind right now. >> you're going to hear what was mathematically possible. what mathematically possible usually isn't politically realistic. they have to plant a flag in ohio and fight like crazy. they have to fight to bring that ohio number closer. i believe them when they say that they're probably not ten back or eight back. but they're behind. and they acknowledge that. and you they have to pin a flag in florida, too. >> a republican cannot do that. they're spending three days in ohio this week. another new poll number out from our "washington post" poll this morning, showing views and perceptions of the romney campaign. 61% have an unfavorable view of the romney campaign. so much of governor romney's struggles in the last couple weeks. has errors by his campaign. >> if he were a sitting governor, that wouldn't matter too muc
our newest political analyst, nicolle wallace, veteran of the bush white house and the 2008 mccain-palin campaign. let's start with the three states. so much comes down to ohio, florida, virginia. we have the map right there, right now. mitt romney has to win 2 out of 3 of those states. he's behind in all three right now. >> you're going hear a lot about what is mathematically possible. what is mathematically possible usually isn't politically realistic. they have to plant a flag in ohio and fight like crazy. they're going to have to fight like mad to bring that ohio number closer. i believe them when they say that they're probably not ten back or eight back. but they're behind. and they acknowledge that. they're going to have to plant a flag in florida, too. you cannot win without those two states. >> a republican cannot do that. that's why they're spending three days in ohio this week. another new poll number out from our "washington post" poll this morning, showing views and perceptions of the romney campaign. this is pretty significant as well. 61% have an unfavorable view
and the end of the bush tax cuts if nothing happens. and even jim demint has now conceded that if obama wins, then they will have to give on taxes. once the republicans give on taxes, we could have the grand bargain if, if, i think, obama wins with a big enough mar begin. >> let's get to that quote by senator demint from south carolina. we're not going to save our defense unless we go along with the president's wishes to raise taxes on small business. it's not a good choice. i would never support it, but there are enough republicans i think who are so afraid of defense cuts that they would probably give in. let me go to ari. thanks for joining us, ari. my sense is as well as andrew has laid this out, how obama is this visionary and can think three or four years ahead, he must have also counted on an economic recovery kicking in with a lot more steam than we've had which jeopardizes getting to that second term. we have an 8%-plus unemployment rate that looks like it's going to be facing us in the face the day people vote. >> i think that's right. they had hoped the economy would rebound more.
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of staff to president george w. bush. so what did you make of the president's speech? >> there were good parts of it. his talk, he talked about the necessity for democracy and tolerance throughout the world. about how he, the expansion of democracy would make for a more prosperous and peaceful society in the world. i thought it was strong, his denunsy ages of the assad regime in syria. he had strong words about iran. we will do what we much. on the other hand he has been saying this about syria for more than a year without much apparent action on the part of the united states and i think the iranians have come to view the president as a weak leader and i'm not certain how terrified they are from the pledge of the president. the speech had a fundamental tension in it as problematic. he talked about an attack, an assault. said we need to speak honestly about the deeper causes of this and said, and then suggested it was the difficulties in moving along a path to democracy, about businesses can be opened without paying a bribe or freedom of speech. he said that this was, the tension between
. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: he is using the same strategy that they used from george bush, which i think came from george carlin that if you can't dazzle them with your brilliance -- [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: exactly. exactly. >> caller: i think that's what they are doing. every time you see ryan up there, and he said smart people aren't going to vote for them. i think he has got it. >> stephanie: exactly. do you do that too? i find myself at home just pre-emptively yelling it's bull [ censor bleep ]. it helps you get through watching a romney sound bite. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: mitt romney struggles to sharpen message. no, we have got it. we don't want it. >> that knife is pretty dull. >> stephanie: the electoral butter knife. >> it's a spork. >> stephanie: mitt romney's campaign is a kentucky fried chicken spork. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: these stories with one after another of the romney camp in disarray. the campaign vowed to deliver a sharper, bigger message. >> big and sharp with a spork. >> stephanie: yes, it's coming now.
of course are presidents clinton and bush. but too often our passion for charity as a people is tempered by our sense our aid is not always effective. we see stories of cases where american aid has been diverted to corrupts. we wonder why year after year after year of aid in relief seems never to extinguish the suffering and hardship, why it persists decade after decade. perhaps some of the disappointments are due it our failure to recognize how much the developing world has changed. a lot of the foreign aid efforts we put in place some years ago were designed at a time when government development assistance accounted for about 70% of the resources flowing to developing nations. today 82% of the resources that flow to developing nations come from the private sector, not the governmental sector. if somehow foreign aid con really leverage that massive investment by the private sector it may be able to exponentially expand the ability to not only care for those that are suffering but also to change their lives in a permanent basis. now private enterprise is having a greater and greater impa
, the with our enemies without preconditions. he criticized the bush administration's unilateralism. >> the notion that i am not talking to countries is punishment to them which has been the guiding diplomatic principle of this administration is ridiculous. lou: we will be examining the guiding principles of president obama's foreign-policy tonight with armed services committee member congressman randy forms of virginia. also economist, author detailing what he calls the to obama's. wall street legend michael holland on today's triple digit reversal of fortunes on wall street. president obama was the headliner at the united nations. governor romney was a new york. speaking at the clinton global initiative. the republican nominee did not miss an opportunity to criticize the president's reaction to the anti-american sentiment that has swept the muslim world. fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry with our report. >> reporter: after days of anti-american violence burning all across the muslim world, the iranian military pledged -- flex its muscles by unveiling a new drug the
bush v. gore. let's bring in dave zirin. thank you for your time tonight. dave, you were just about bouncing off walls bouncing through tv screens all day. give me your take on what happened and why. >> it was about as agonizing as passing a kidney stone and slightly less fun to actually sit through the end of that broadcast last night. it was so painful! it was a living, breathing explanation for why skilled union labor matters in the united states! you had unskilled untrained replacement/scab referees and the moment was far too big for them to put it mildly. they couldn't punch their way -- they absolutely cracked under the pressure and the result of which you saw on the field. an absolute embarrassment and a farce. something i believe woody allen would have called a travesty of a mockery of a travesty of a sham. >> eliot: basically like american politics. we'll put that aside for a moment. what i saw and i'm the untrained observer when it comes to the intricacies of football rules. i saw pass interference
election day, the bush administration had responded to a terrorist strike on september 11th, no less in this fashion. obfuscating about what happened, refusing to acknowledge that clear security warnings were apparently ignored, and then trying to shoot the messengers who bring these inconvenient truths to light in order to talk about anything but a stunning and deadly attack on u.s. sovereign territory. rather than accept responsibility, the administration has tried to stonewall and blame others." is it fair to suggest that politics is behind this? >> no. but we're just 40-plus days from the election. so politics is around this. i haven't heard the administration blaming others and i don't think they should blame others. they have a thorough investigation ongoing. hillary clinton just talked about who might have been involved in this attack. and i think if it turns out that the u.s. was at fault in some way, the u.s. should accept the blame. >> but at a minimum, you do think politics is surrounding this? >> absolutely! politics is surrounding everything these days, u.s. politics. >>
and the bush administration for the skyrocketing deficit. >> by the time the reins got turned over to barack and me, they had doubled the national debt in 8 years. >> reporter: with his path to the white house shrinking, florida's looking like a must-win for romney. but today, his runningmate, ckman paul ryan, focused on new hampshire, with four electoral votes. but ryan said that could be a difference in the race that will come to a handful of states. >> thank you, granite staters, for sending mitt romney to the white house and barack obama back to chicago. [cheering] >> reporter: the campaign shifts into a different stage this week, with wednesday night's high-stakes showed own showdown between about the barack obama and mitt romney. >> every change that has happened in a debate, if you look at the history, it's changed because of somebody's mannerisms or style -- they did badly or well. >> reporter: both candidates will spend the next few days in intense sessions. romney may have the most on the line. his campaign is looking that the for a chance for a game changer. abc news, washington.
the bush administration for the budget deficit. >> they had doubled the national debt in eight years. >> with his path to the white house shrinking, florida you is looking like a must win scenario for romney. but today paul ryan focused on new hampshire. the granite state has four electoral votes, but ryan said that could be the difference in a race that will come down to a handful of states. >> thank you, granite staters, for sending mitt romney to the white house and barack obama back to chicago. >> the campaign shifts to a different stage with wednesday night's high stakes showdown between president obama and romney. >> if you take a look at the history of debates, it is not about policy specifics. it is not really about facts. every change that happened in -- because somebody's style did badly or did well. >> both candidates will spend the next few days in intense prep sessions. trailing in the polls, romney may have the most on the line. his campaign is looking at this debate as a chance for a game changer. karen travers, abc news, washington. >>> the city and county of san fran
to their running mate. biden stumped in florida for a second consecutive day. he slammed the bush administration for the budget deficit. >> they had doubled the national debt in eight years. >> with his path to the white house shrinking, florida you is looking like a must win scenario for romney. but today paul ryan focused on new hampshire. the granite state has four electoral votes, but ryan said that could be the difference in a race that will come down to a handful of states. >> thank you, granite staters, for sending mitt romney to the white house and barack obama back to chicago. >> the campaign shifts to a different stage with wednesday night's high stakes showdown between president obama and romney. >> if you take a look at the history of debates, it is not about policy specifics. it is not really about facts. every change that happened in -- because somebody's style did badly or did well. >> both candidates will spend the next few days in intense prep sessions. trailing in the may have romney may have the most on the line. his campaign is looking at this debate as a chance for a game ch
republicans and the bush administration for the skyrocketing deficit. >> by the time the reigns got turned back over to bach and me, they had doubled the national debt in eight years. >> with his path to the white house shrinking, florida is looking like a must-win area for romney. but his running mate focused on new hampshire. the granite state has just four electoral votes but ryan said it could be the difference in a race that will come down to a handful of states. >> thank you, granite staters, for sending mitt romney to the white house and barack obama back to chicago. >> the campaign shifts into a stink stage with the high stacks showdown 2003 president obama and romney. >> if you take a look at the history of the debates, it's not about policies or facts. every change that happens in a debate if you look at history, it changes because of somebody's mannerisms or style. they either did badly or well. >> both will spend the next few days in against prep sessions. trailing in the policy, romney may have the most on the line and his campaign is look at this debate as a chance for a game
for the second consecutive days. he slammed republicans and the bush administration for the skyrocketing deficit. >> by the time the reigns got turned back over to barack and me, they had doubled the national debt in eight years. >> with his path to the white house shrinking, florida is looking like a must-win area for romney. but his running mate ryan focused on new hampshire. the granite state has just four electoral votes, but ryan said it could be the difference in a race that will come down to a handful of states. >> thank you, granite staters, for sending mitt romney to the white house and barack obama back to chicago. >> the campaign shifts into a different stage with the high stakes showdown for president obama and romney. >> if you take a look at the history of the debates, it's not about policies or facts. every change that happens in a debate if you look at history, it changes because of somebody's mannerisms or style. they either did badly or well. >> both will spend the next few days in intense prep sessions. trailing in the polls, romney may have the most on the line and his campai
minutes. you can see the dodge charger buried in the bushes off the holly street exit. witnesses say they saw the car weaving on the road before leaving the freeway. they say one person in the car was shot. >> the charger received multiple gunshots, and at least one of the occupants in the charger was struck. >> initial reports were one person was shot in the head. three people were in the car after it went on the roadway. he doesn't know if they were trying for the exit and couldn't make it. the exit was closed for three hours. investigators were able to piece together the sequence of the events that lead to the car veefing off the -- veering off the road. >> a red dodge charger occupied by three adults, two males and a female, the southbound 101 and somewhere between highway 92 and san mateo. they were involved in an incident with another vehicle. >> all three were taken to stanford hospital. police closed off two lanes of southbound 101 for about three hours while they recovered shell casings and other evidence from the roadway. sky 7hd shows the traffic on 101 southbound jammed f
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